After a holiday in France, Menno and Tessa decided to design and built their own home. The couple mainly used natural materials and added a lot of storage, because with 3 children it’s nice to keep clutter behind doors. The light living space with open kitchen was a priority for the couple. Their trip to France inspired the wooden structure, concrete floor and pebbles in the bathroom. It’s a beautiful light family home with a Scandinavian touch.
Another IKEA post this week after I posted about Piet Hein Eek’s collection on tuesday. IKEA has just released the press images of the new items coming to the stores in february. From furniture to clever to storage solutions, there are some amazing new products coming to IKEA. I made a selection of my favorite items in this collection. The new items will be in stores in february.
Sometimes in these dark winter months all you want is a little light. This apartment in Stockholm is styled by Josefin Hååg and it’s bright in every room. The home is completely decorated in white, grey and black tones which gives the apartment a very serene atmosphere. Perfect if you love light homes, there’s definitely no winter gloom in here!
Happy sunday 🙂
I don’t know if you remember the amazing New York pied-à-terre of Kelly Framel that I posted back in october. Well, much to my excitement the apartment has been given a new look. Because the couple travel a lot they wanted to create their own ‘hotel suite’ apartment. A place where they can easily travel in and out from. They moved their bedroom to the living space and thereby created a new room that is being used as a walk in closet. Which comes in handy for (un)packing when they go travelling. I was in love with the old apartment, but I must say this walk in closet gives the new apartment just that little bit extra!
Happy sunday 🙂
This former warehouse in Delft is completely transformed to a white and green oasis. Three years ago this warehouse was just two dilapidated floors where doves were flying in and out. Pauline en Björnd complettely stripped the space and transformed this old building into a beautiful fresh living space. The home consists of two big rooms, each on a floor, that are completely painted white. The old beams and the occasional exposed brick wall show the history of this building and give the spaces some character. With the use of palets they created sitting spaces all over the house. To complete the home they decorated it with many, many plants which makes this home really come alive.
Brrr.. It’s no day to be outside! So here’s some lovely interior inspiration to get you through your sunday 🙂
If you’re on Instagram a lot I’m sure you’ve come across Patrick Janelle a.k.a @aguynamedpatrick. That Patrick has a great sense of style is obvious if you take one quick glance at his Instagram account. It’s filled with beautiful images of the places he travels to and his (fashion)style is always on point. When he moved to this 1-bedroom SoHo apartment, he asked Homepolish to design a home that reflects his stylish lifestyle. The apartment shows perfectly that the size of your home doesn’t matter, as long as it’s styled well.
Gosh I love a good warehouse apartment, especially when you can still see the old features. This stunning warehouse apartment in Sydney has everything that I love about warehouse conversions. Great exposed brickwork in the kitchen and lovely old wooden beams. Combine this with lots of artwork and industrial furnishings and you’ve got yourself a dream home. Everything about this apartment is just right, except for it being in Sydney and costing $1.2 million *sigh*. Well, at least we can dream right?